Separately from our Featured Wall and Gallery 203, we sell work from several artists. For inquiries on pricing and available works, please email


Above are drawings by Charlie Meeds. Each drawing is handmade on archival paper, sizes ranging from 4x4" to 8x10." Meeds has a long history of teaching drawing, painting and the principles of design to many students who have come through Ruston, Louisiana over the years. He frequently hosts drawing classes in our studio. For more information about Charlie call 318.267.6176


The Cross-Dimensional Contact , Adrianna Speer, 48x48, oil and charcoal on canvas, 2016.

The Cross-Dimensional Contact, Adrianna Speer, 48x48, oil and charcoal on canvas, 2016.

Adrianna Speer has several works, including this beauty for sale at The Frame of Mind. Speer is a third year candidate for an MFA in Studio from Louisiana Tech University.  More about Adrianna can be found on her website.


Drawings by gallery director Liz Zanca, are for sale in our print box.  She is also selling some prints of her previous body of work


These prints are for sale from Kit Gilbert, our gallery owner. Her work can be found at her website. 

Vankaal 2 , Copyright, Dean Dablow 2016 

Vankaal 2, Copyright, Dean Dablow 2016 


We are pleased to sell prints of Dean Dablow's work and handmade guitar string cheese cutters. For more information check out his website.
Here is a little bit about Mr. Dablow: 

Dean Dablow was born in Superior, Wisconsin in 1946. He spent his early childhood in North Dakota and later moved to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin where he graduated high school in 1964. He then worked several months in Washington, D C. where he cemented his interest in a career as an artist. His undergraduate training at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point was as a painter/sculptor but the camera became increasingly intriguing as a tool to make art.  He was a graduate student of John Schulze at the University of Iowa where he received his MFA in photography and a minor in sculpture under Julius Schmidt in 1974. In 1976 he began a teaching career at Louisiana Tech University where he served as Photography Program Coordinator and Director of the School of Art. He retired in 2007. He presently holds the rank of Professor Emeritus.